Multi Dimensional Man mural in Darwin © Tourism Australia

Multi Dimensional Man Mural, Darwin, Northern Territory © Tourism Australia

Experience Aboriginal culture in Darwin

Visitors viewing Aboriginal artwork on display at the Aboriginal Bush Traders © Tourism NT/Nick Pincott

Aboriginal Bush Traders, Darwin, Northern Territory © Tourism NT/Nick Pincott

Did you know?

The Kakadu plum in the jam you’ll find at Aboriginal Bush Traders contains up to 100 times as much vitamin C as regular oranges.

Visitors viewing Aboriginal artwork at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory © Courtesy of MAGNT/Charlie Bliss

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, Northern Territory © Courtesy of MAGNT/Charlie Bliss

Couple walking through the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens in Darwin © Tourism NT/Shaana McNaught

George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens, Darwin, Northern Territory © Tourism NT/Shaana McNaught

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Smith Street Mall in Darwin © Tourism NT/Chris Frankenfeld

Smith Street Mall, Darwin, Northern Territory © Tourism NT/Chris Frankenfeld

Aerial view over Darwin’s Waterfront Precinct © Tourism NT/Summersite

Darwin Waterfront Precinct, Darwin, Northern Territory © Tourism NT/Summersite

Fun fact

Dreamtime legends often involve animals creating landmarks. In the Larrakia people’s Dreaming story a frog was responsible for shaping the Darwin waterfront.

Dr G Yunupingu mural in Darwin © Tourism NT/Darwin Street Art Festival/Jesse Bell and Andrew Bourke

Dr G Yunupingu Mural, Darwin Street Art Festival, Darwin, Northern Territory © Tourism NT/Darwin Street Art Festival/Jesse Bell and Andrew Bourke